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  1. Michael M

    Lucky, I once flew Air North in June from Juneau to Whitehorse. It was a small turboprop with 1 x 1 seating and about 10 seats. (There were only 3 passengers on board.) We simply waited by the ticketing desk until it was time to board. Then the ticketing agent had us step over the ticketing desk luggage scales and escorted us to the plane, where we boarded by stairs. To my surprise, prior to take-off the first officer brought by a Tupperware container containing full cans of beverages (no cups or ice) and another containing a very nice variety of large single-sized snacks. I chose a Diet Coke and a bag of M & M’s. It was a perfectly clear day as we flew over the Lynn Canal toward Skagway. The views were spectacular, with glaciers, pristine stunning greenery, mountains on both sides of the plane and the water beneath us. We then gained altitude to fly over the mountains between Skagway and Whitehorse. I could even see Dall sheep as we flew over the mountains. While it wasn’t a windy day at sea level, I do remember a bit of chop and so clung to my armrest for much of the flight– be sure to drink your beverage soon after receiving it. Despite the chop, this had to be my most memorable flight, and the one-way fare back in 1999 was only about $70. Definitely recommend.

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